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I use vuze on my MBP. Last week, i moved the 'Vuze Download's folder from my desktop to a folder in Finder. I changed the destination path in Vuze Preferences accordingly. However, a second Vuze Downloads folder keeps appearing on my desktop. When i download something, it is sent to the initlal one hidden away in Finder, so that is correct. But why does the second one keep appearing on my desktop?!?!?

I know its just a small issue, but i wanna keep my desktop clean.

One more thing, there are two files in the Vuze Downloads folder (both the first and second one). They are called TVG_OxiClean.mkv and TVG_Toothpaste.mkv, im thinking it might have to do with that, but i do not know a way around it. I have no idea what these two files are though.

Anyone knows how i can stop a second folder from appearing on my desktop?

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I don't have those files in Vuze, and by default Vuze created it's own folder in the documents folder on my Mac. I have never had a folder on my desktop.
I would suggest uninstalling Vuze and downloading the latest version (it was updated today).

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I don't have those files in Vuze, and by default Vuze created it's own folder in the documents folder on my Mac. I have never had a folder on my desktop.
I would suggest uninstalling Vuze and downloading the latest version (it was updated today).
I'd do the same; at least, uninstall and re-install the version you already have.

Can't say what those .mkv files are, though.
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